fathers-in-law love

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  • n. Plural form of father-in-law.

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Examples

  • Now a new study suggests that women might do well to scrutinise the habits of their fathers-in-law for advance warning of their lovers' fidelity.

    The boy can't help it: Fathers provide clues to which men are unfaithful in relationships

  • He says prospective fathers-in-law are put off by his career.

    Bribes, Bureaucracy Hobble India's New Entrepreneurs

  • If attending a wedding is the same as approving of it, then I have a few thousand disappointed mothers– and fathers-in-law you should speak to.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “No Gay Couples Allowed”:

  • Sixteen Capitals players fathers or fathers-in-law joined the team for Washington's trip to Florida and Tampa Bay. ...

    USATODAY.com

  • So pretty much, I have a couple of more months to pay for all the expenses for my flat, for -- for food and then October, I'll probably have to move with my -- my fathers-in-law or find another solution.

    CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2009

  • By contrast, almost two-thirds of the LDP candidates are second - or third-generation professionals who inherited their constituencies from their fathers or fathers-in-law.

    Time for Change in Japan

  • BBC NEWS | Health | Women pick men who look like dad:They found significant correlations between the young men and their fathers-in-law, especially on facial proportions belonging to the central area of face - nose and eyes.

    Maybe if you squint...

  • One of Prince Jefri's fathers-in-law received $23 million in BIA funds; his badminton coach and acupuncturist each were paid $1.8 million.

    Will the Prince

  • While I will most likely worry forever about his having to hide his arm (and, as of last week, his left shin) from future bosses or potential fathers-in-law, Alec has come into his own — a young man comfortable in his own skin, ink and all.

    Indelible Love: My Son's Tattoos and Me

  • ADDED, bonus usage question: Since we have to say "in-laws," is there any point in preserving the fussy form "mothers-in-law" or fathers-in-law, etc.

    Archive 2006-05-01

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